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hands. >> i believe washington is crushing us in spending and debt. >> reporter: is this a vote for republicans or against democrats? >> if republicans win control of congress, it's because voters are voting against democrats. >> reporter: while conservative tea party kancandidates may hav co complicated republican efforts. with high profile democrats in tight races, harry reid and barbara boxer, republicans could make a run at the senate, too. mr. obama has been left with little choice but to blame his predecessor and plead for patience. >> if the economy was a car and they drove it in the ditch, they come and tap us on the shoulder and they say, we want the keys back. you can't have the keys back. you don't know how to drive. >> reporter: a message that doesn't appear to be working. >> that effort has failed. the president can continue to work to try to show voters. they need more time. that was what ronald reagan did in 1982. they've not been able to get traction with that argument. >> reporter: starting tomorrow, we may see how he tries to adjust that message. friday he hold
. >> residents tell us that work has been going on in this apartment complex for the past two weeks, and this is the site of where it happens, where they were doing foundation work -- where it happened. a very dramatic scene. a frightening situation at the regency apartments this afternoon. authorities say just before noon, construction workers were doing some foundation work outside one building when it collapsed on one of the men. >> somebody just fell down. >> officials believe it to be six or 7 feet below. firefighters quickly secured the ground as they tried to free the man from the loose dirt that buried him. >> we were getting enough of the dirt pile away. >> it was a lot of just digging. >> firefighters began treating the man, said to be in his 50s, with oxygen. finally, after two hours, he was pulled out of the trench conscious but in critical condition. the man was flown to baltimore shock trauma. at last check, he is said to be in stable but critical condition. reporting live, brianne carter, abc7 news. >> still no word on what caused a fire that started around 5:00 this
to middle east peace. and struggles to find a voice on the economy. >> can you guys still hear us? >> analysis from the "roundtable" with george will, thomas friedman. paul krugman, and mary jordan. >>> and "the sunday funnies." >> it's labor day. one day a year, we honor our workforce. do we still have a workforce? i don't know. do we? >>> today marks a new beginning for "this week." through our partnership with the bbc, we're delighted that as of now, this program is being broadcast globally in more than 200 countries. we begin with one of the most polarizing figures on the international stage, tony blair. this week, the former british prime minister released his memoir, "a journey" and we sat down for his first north american interview. during ten tumultuous years -- at the center of world events, the iraq war is his most controversial legacy. this week, anti-war protesters showed up in force in dublin at the former prime minister's book signing. as well as taking his country to war in iraq and afghanistan, his interventions in kosovo, sierra leone. and northern ireland brought
is making the rounds. here is a simple. >> he is wretched, immoral, and does not deserve to represent us. let us get a decent human being to fight for our children, not kill them. >> i was in reference to a report that one council member paid for an abortion on behalf of one of his aides. he told our website the call is groundless and upsetting. both candidates denied having anything to do with the call. graham asked federal authorities to investigate. for more, go to our website, >>>. >>> girl is a post tropical storm. it made landfall in nova scotia, cutting power to homes and businesses. it could take two days to restore power. folks in massachusetts dodged a bullet. the storm caused minimal flooding and power outages. the governor has lifted the state of emergency. beaches that were closed are back open. for more on the remnants of earl, let us turn to steve ruding. >> early continues to spin at 65 miles per hour. look at where it is located on our storms can. right now across labrador and newfoundland. it is going to continue to spin and eventually will wear itself out. here is a lo
the world situation and therefore for us less safe because while saddam hussein was despicable, he actually did control the country. there was no al-qaida there when he was in power because it would have been a threat to him. therefore, but the counterbalance he provided to iran and the control over terrorism cells and his own country probably in any sort of cold hearted national security way was beneficial to us, not the other way round. as long as he did not have weapons of mass destruction since we had a good inspection system and he did not have weapons of mass destruction, i think that probably for us it was not a bad situation. it was terrible for the iraqi people but they were doing okay economically. >> all this concern for the iraqis is an incredible amnesia. the complaint of the left before the war in the clinton administration was protect relentlessly over this. thousands of iraqis were dying because of the embargo especially iraqi children, tens of thousands. if you want to make a tally of their losses, you have to remember what the situation was at the time. secondly, as this c
. this is a huge clue that could tell us what caused america's worst environmental disaster. here's matt gutman. >> reporter: like some mangled creature raised from the deep this million-pound mass of steel could tell the story of what went wrong on april 20th and who is to blame for the worst spill in u.s. history and the deaths of 11 men. >> bringing this to a conclusion for the investigation to move forward for the families is a major, major thing for the memories of them 11 men. >> reporter: the busted blow-out preventer or b.o.p., is such a key piece of evidence that the fbi documented every step of its slow rise to the surface and agents will remain with it even as it's hauled to an ultra security nasa installation. forensic teams from a half dozen agencies will scrutinize every inch of it. >> what they'll be looking for is why the sort of last-ditch measure didn't work. >> reporter: five stories high, the b.o.p. was a series of valves and ramps designed to slam shut in the event of a leak, the last line of defense. but as we learned at the the blow-out prevention center this was not one
job of using his hands. having the awareness to get out of bounds to stop this clock. >> brent: and he's gone. met cal attention for peterson. he'll be off the field. ten seconds to go and yates, tonight, against this defense has thrown for 403 yards. >> brent: this would be f-lsu get thons and loses this the most devastating loss les myles experienced against a team decimated by suspensions, now here come the tar heels. >> kirk: chance for two plays, experience is key. got to get the football thrown into the end zone once and give yourself another chance here with ten seconds to go. >> brent: safeties standing back on the goal line. yates snaps it quickly. tight end out of bounds. pianalto. stepped out of bounds, had a huge night. eight catch, 75 yard, give him a life, getting out of bounds, they are now down to the 6 yard line. >> kirk: lsu has the all american. one side, true freshman, 14 right there. adams on the bottom had success on the quick slant. >> brent: yates the other way. high, incomplete. went into the back of the end zone. pianalto was the intended receiver. >> kirk: th
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